Course summary

The Graduate Diploma of Indigenous Knowledge develops greater understanding of Indigenous knowledge and societies through learning on-Country, in a culturally diverse and supportive environment. This postgraduate course offers a range of theoretical approaches that capitalise on the real application of skills and concepts in situ, facilitated primarily by Indigenous academics, rangers, scientists and land owners.

Learning experiences link to local community aspirations and values, introduce Indigenous ontologies, respect Indigenous languages and perspectives, and involve local people. Fieldwork engages students with learning processes that bridge Indigenous and Western knowledge systems.

Please note: students with substantial industry experience, international or domestic students with relevant qualifications or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students may be eligible for advanced standing in this course.





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From the 1st of June, 2017, the term 'Distance Education' has been replaced with 'Online'